We all experience situations and emotions in our lives which can be uncomfortable and distressing, this is a normal part of living a full life. However, when these experiences become overwhelming it is important to gain support and advice to be able to move forward and live a life that is in accordance with what is most important to us.

Psychologists possess specialized knowledge and skills that enable them to identify problem behaviours and formulate appropriate interventions.

Psychologists are trained to talk to people about a wide range of concerns. Services may include, but are not limited to:

  • Anxiety (Generalised Worries, Phobias, OCD, PTSD, Panic)
  • Depression (Mild, moderate and severe)
  • ADHD Counselling & Support
  • Self- Esteem and Confidence Problems
  • Parent/Child Relationship difficulties
  • Interpersonal Relationship problems
  • Mood disorders/psychosis
  • Behavioural Problems in Children (home or school)
  • Learning Problems (including attention problems) HSC Yr 11 & Yr 12 exam stress
  • Cope with disabilities or health problems
  • Deal with problems related to alcohol and drug use

Location: St Ives - Mon & Tue
Suite 2, 237 Mona Vale Road

Location: Chatswood - Wed & Thur
Suite 201, Level 2 Thomas Street